Rewriting History, Avoiding Catastrophe and the Bridging the Gap Between Science and Religion.

Every night we go to bed taking it for granted that tomorrow will come. Worst case scenario, our heart will give out and we won’t wake up.

But, what if that wasn’t the worst case scenario?
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As we speak, massive chunks of instant extinction are flying by the vessel we inhabit at preposterous speeds. If one of them crosses Earth’s path, it could easily be game over for the human race.

As long as we’ve been aware of that inconvenient fact, it’s been good for precisely one thing- apathy. That’s because the ability to do anything about it was completely absent. Well, that’s not the case anymore. We actually do have the technology and intelligence to do something about it. However, thus far, we’ve shown a complete and total lack of will to even discuss it seriously.

What will it take to pay attention? A 9/11 scale tragedy? A Hiroshima scale tragedy? Worse? Unfortunately when you’re talking about asteroids, all are very possible.

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If you know anything about my guest on this show, Randall Carlson, it’s probably because he’s become a living library of brain-melting knowledge. He’s as an architect, master builder, Freemason, globe-trekking scholar, a geology and history enthusiast and many other things. Yet, of everything he’s learned after four decades of toil, there’s clearly one matter of paramount importance- The ancients left us clues about world-wrecking cataclysms and it’s just a matter of time until history repeats itself. That is, unless we do something about it.

As sprawling and deep as this conversation with Randall is, it only scratches the surface of what’s available over at Sacred Geometry International. There’s literally hundreds of hours of mind blasting information at SGI, much of it free. Dive in if you dare. You’d also be silly not to go give them some Twitter and Facebook love as well!

(Stay tuned for part 2 of this beast of a podcast and other updates).

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